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GMAT Graduate Management Admission Test (2021) Questions and Answers

Questions 4

In the figure above, circular regions and represent sets of integers and every integer greater than 2 is in Mor A, or in both. Is the integer 11 in the shaded region?

(1) Mrepresents the set of integers greater than 2 that are not prime.

(2) Mrepresents the set of odd integers greater than 2.

Options:

A.

Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient.

B.

Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient.

C.

BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient.

D.

EACH statement ALONE is sufficient.

E.

Statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are NOT sufficient.

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Questions 5

Of the employees at a certain international firm, 40 percent have a business degree and 80 percent speak French. If each employee at the firm either has a business degree or speaks French or both, what percent of the employees who have a business degree afeo speak French?

Options:

A.

10%

B.

40%

C.

50%

D.

80%

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Questions 6

Options:

A.

50

B.

60

C.

70

D.

80

E.

90

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Questions 7

The sum of the first n positive odd integers is n2 . What is the sum of the of the odd integers from 25 to 79, inclusive?

Options:

A.

392-122

B.

402-122

C.

792-222

D.

802-232

E.

802-232

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Questions 8

Options:

A.

Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient.

B.

Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient.

C.

BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient.

D.

EACH statement ALONE is sufficient.

E.

Statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER ate NOT sufficient.

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Questions 9

What is the median of the numbers in set A?

(1) n is even.

(2) n is less than 7.

Options:

A.

Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone Is not sufficient.

B.

Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) atone is not sufficient.

C.

BOTH statements TOGETHER ace sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE Is sufficient.

D.

EACH statement ALONE is sufficient.

E.

Statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are NOT sufficient.

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Questions 10

(1)x2 + 2y2 =XY

(2)x2 + 2y2-3xy

Options:

A.

Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone Is not sufficient.

B.

Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) atone is not sufficient.

C.

BOTH statements TOGETHER ace sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE Is sufficient.

D.

EACH statement ALONE is sufficient.

E.

Statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are NOT sufficient.

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Questions 11

For which year between 1980 and 2008, inclusive, does the fee paid for television rights to that year's Olympic games represent the greatest percent increase over the fee paid for television rights to the Olympic games four years earlier?

Options:

A.

1998

B.

1984

C.

1992

D.

2000

E.

2008

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Questions 12

Of the 45 households in a certain neighborhood, 28 subscribe to Newspaper Q, 17 subscribe to Newspaper R, 12 subscribe to Newspaper S, 7 subscribe to both Q and R, 8 subscribe to both Q and 5, and 9 subscribe to both R and 5. The number of households who subscribe to all three newspapers is equal to the number of households who subscribe to none of the three newspapers. If 39 of the households subscribe to at least one of the three newspapers, how many households subscribe to only one of the newspapers?

Options:

A.

15

B.

21

C.

27

D.

33

E.

36

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Questions 13

The company's choice of Mr. Frederick for the position was based mostly on his being mote of a manager than the other candidates.

Options:

A.

mostly on his being more of a manager than the other candidates

B.

mostly from the fact that he was more a manager than the other candidates

C.

mostly on the fact that he was more of a manager than on what the other candidates were

D.

more on his being a manager than what the other candidates were

E.

on the fact of he being more a manager than the other candidates were

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Questions 14

The real estate company pleaded guilty in a district court in failing to report all of the profits from the sale of land for the new shopping mall.

Options:

A.

in failing to report

B.

for the charge of its failure to report

C.

for its failure in reporting

D.

to its failure in reporting

E.

to the charge of failing to report

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Questions 15

When new regulations were imposed on businesses selling in the same markets as Acme Inc. and the demographics began to change unfavorably for its main product: there was very little that it could have done different in the short term.

Options:

A.

product; there was very little that it could have done different in the short term

B.

product, there was very little they could have done different in the short term

C.

product, so there was very little could be done differently by the firm in the short term

D.

product, there was very little possible in the short term for them to do differently

E.

product, there was very little that the firm could have done differently in the short term

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Questions 16

Which of the following is most strongly supported by the findings of the Harms study?

Options:

A.

Right-handed people shown a seating plan tend to choose seats on the right side of the seating diagram whether it shows the front seats at the top or the bottom.

B.

The seating choices of those attending a movie, regardless of the genre, have little impact on how well the movie is understood.

C.

The seats preferred by most left-handed people attending a movie are on the opposite side of the theater from those preferred by most right-handed people.

D.

Well-made documentaries contain significantly more visuospatial content than emotional content.

E.

In theaters full to capacity and with left-right symmetry in their seating diagram, not a audience members get to sit on the side of the theater they most favor.

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Questions 17

Machine K and machine N, working simultaneously and independently at their respective constant rates, processed =• of the shipment of a certain chemical product in 1.6 hours. Then

machine K stopped working, and machine N, working alone at Its constant rate, processed the rest of the shipment In 2 hours. How many hours would It have taken machine K, working alone at its constant rate, to process the entire shipment?

Options:

A.

3.8

B.

4.0

C.

4.8

D.

5.4

E.

6.0

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Questions 18

By understanding the fundamental nature of human immune response, scientists can both study ways to reduce excessive activity of the immune system. such as occur in

autoimmune diseases like diabetes, and to amplify the immune response, as a new way of fighting diseases like cancer.

Options:

A.

both study ways to reduce excessive activity of the immune system, such as occur

B.

both study ways of reducing excessive activity of the immune system, like occurs

C.

study both ways to reduce excessive activity of the immune system, such as occurs

D.

study ways both to reduce excessive activity of the immune system, such as occurs

E.

study ways both of reducing excessive activity of the immune system, like occur

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Questions 19

Taking as her focus Bengali-language books of household advice, the author traces how colonialism gradually reconfigured daily domestic life, with the result that familial and domestic authority, once held by elder women, was replaced by that of the modern colonial husband.

Options:

A.

familial and domestic authority, once held by elder women, was

B.

elder women’s authority was in familial and domestic matters

C.

authority over familial and domestic matters held by elder women was

D.

elder women, the authorities in familial and domestic matters, were

E.

the authority of elder women in familial and domestic matters was

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Questions 20

The photographic technique used to detect celestial objects that are fainter than what is visible to the unaided eve, allowing large areas of the sky to be covered bv a single exposure, achieves a high resolution useful in examining structural details, and provides a permanent record.

Options:

A.

that are fainter than what is visible to the unaided eye, allowing large areas of the sky to be covered by

B.

that are fainter than those visible for the unaided eye allows for large areas of the sky to be covered with

C.

fainter than what is visible for the unaided eye allows that large areas of the sky are covered by

D.

fainter than that visible to the unaided eye, allowing large areas of the sky to be covered with

E.

fainter than those visible to the unaided eye allows large areas of the sky to be covered with

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Questions 21

Which of the following is the most likely reason that the author mentions the work o* the astronomers in 1998 (see highlighted text)?

Options:

A.

To counter the common view among astronomers in 1998 that no planets orbited around HR 8799

B.

To show that Earth based telescopes are generally more accurate than is the Hubble telescope

C.

To help explain why scientists felt it necessary to archive the Hubble images of HR8799

D.

To highlight the potential value that the new technique could have for Researchers

E.

To emphasize mistakes researchers made in 1998 when examining the Hubble images of HR 8799

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Questions 22

The passage takes up the issue of aggregation of data in order to

Options:

A.

show how it provides a basis for minimizing large variations in the amount of goods produced over time and thus reduces costs

B.

consider the possibility that it masked the applicability of the production smoothing model for individual firms

C.

contrast the use of inventory as buffer with its use to smooth production

D.

describe a method of extracting meaningful information from slight individual variations

E.

provide a reason why the production-smoothing buffer model is inadequate to represent the actual situation of production

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Questions 23

Which of the following most logically completes the argument?

Many advocate cost-benefit assessment of environmental policies. Although some costs and benefits are already in monetary terms, others, such as effects on the quality of

people's lives, are not. It has been proposed that these costs and benefits be assigned monetary values based on what people say they would pay to avoid or gain them.

However, while this appears to treat everyone's interests alike, it is biased against the interests of certain groups because

Options:

A.

cost-benefit analysis as a method of assessing policies was not originally designed to be used to assess environmental policies

B.

a small monetary amount has a greater significance for people who have fewer financial resources

C.

very few environmental policies provide substantial benefits without significant costs

D.

any environmental policy will have costs and benefits that cannot possibly be known in advance

E.

no one can expect to live forever or to maintain perfect health, no matter what environmental policies are in effect

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Questions 24

Plague bacilli, the microorganisms that cause bubonic plague, are typically carried from rodents to humans by fleas. Although the bubonic plague epidemic that devastated

Europe in the Middle Ages probably originated with certain species of plague-infected rodents from central Asia, the nomadic peoples of central Asia never contracted plague.

Therefore, since they undoubtedly had some contact with infected rodents, it is likely that these central Asian peoples had physiological immunity against plague bacilli.

Which of the following, if true, most seriously weakens the argument?

Options:

A.

Unlike flea-bearing rodents, which can actually contract bubonic plague, the fleas themselves are merely carriers of the disease.

B.

Certain types of plague can pass directly from one human being to another, without flea or rodent intermediaries.

C.

The plague-infected rodent species that were common in central Asia did not spread to Europe during the Middle Ages.

D.

Plague bacilli were spread from central Asia to Europe by rats inadvertently transported along with tradable goods.

E.

The smell of horses, which were a central feature of life among the nomadic peoples of central Asia, is repellent to the fleas that live on rodents.

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Questions 25

A)

B)

C)

D)

E)

Options:

A.

Option

B.

Option

C.

Option

D.

Option

E.

Option

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Questions 26

In 90 percent of the commercial airline accidents last year, one or another of a group consisting of only 18 percent of the world's commercial airlines was involved. Since the other 82 percent of airlines were generally flying the same types of airplanes as the accident-prone airlines, significant differences in safety procedures must have been responsible for these differences In safety records.

Which of the following, if true about the world's commercial airlines last year, most seriously weakens the argument above?

Options:

A.

Fifteen percent of the airlines were responsible for 97 percent of all air miles flown, and those airlines were involved in 87 percent of the accidents.

B.

The accident-prone airlines were cited by their governments for a significantly higher number of safety violations than were the other airlines.

C.

After an airline is involved in a serious accident, many of its regular customers switch to another airline, and some flights are canceled.

D.

Twenty percent of the airlines employ personnel currently serving in their country's armed forces.

E.

Twenty-four percent of the airplanes in regular service are over fifteen years old.

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Questions 27

Though unified in their opposition to drilling in the Arctic, the authors' opposition to drilling elsewhere was less vocal.

Options:

A.

Though unified in their opposition to drilling in the Arctic, the authors' opposition to drilling elsewhere was less vocal.

B.

Though unified in their opposition to drilling in the Arctic, the authors' opposition was less vocal to drilling elsewhere.

C.

The authors' opposition, although unified on drilling in the Arctic, was less vocal to drilling elsewhere.

D.

The authors, though unified In their opposition to drilling in the Arctic, were less vocal In their opposition to drilling elsewhere.

E.

Though unified in their opposition to drilling in the Arctic, the authors were less vocal to opposing drilling elsewhere.

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Questions 28

For a consumer product such as a television, careful pricing is a very important aspect of marketing, since pricing an item even slightly too high or too low can seriously

reduce profits. By contrast, voter approval of government projects that benefit the public does not vary with small differences in estimates of their projected cost.

The statements above, if true, best support which of the following as a conclusion?

Options:

A.

Most people are well informed about the prices of consumer products.

B.

The demand for projects that benefit the public is more closely tied to standard measures of the condition of the national economy than is the demand for consumer products.

C.

Anyone wishing to increase or decrease voter support for projects that benefit the public should not focus on small cost differences.

D.

Many people place higher priority on funding projects that benefit the public than on buying consumer products for their households.

E.

The purchase of consumer products such as televisions can be postponed more easily than can expenditures for projects that benefit the public.

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Questions 29

If x is the median of a certain set of consecutive positive integers, which of the following must be true?

I. x Is positive.

II. x is even.

III. x is an integer.

Options:

A.

None

B.

I only

C.

I and III only

D.

II and III only

E.

I, II, and III

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Questions 30

A)

B)

C)

D)

E)

Options:

A.

Option A

B.

Option B

C.

Option C

D.

Option D

E.

Option E

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Questions 31

If 10 circles, all with different radii, are positioned in the same plane, what is the maximum possible number of distinct points where 2 or more of the circles intersect?

Options:

A.

90

B.

100

C.

180

D.

200

E.

360

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Questions 32

Beginning at noon yesterday, water was removed from a partially filled water tank at a constant rate of 300 liters per hour. When there were 600 liters of water left in the tank, no more water was removed from the tank. Were there more than 1,000 liters of water in the tank at noon yesterday?

(1) There were 600 liters of water in the tank at 2:00 yesterday afternoon.

(2) There were more than 650 liters of water in the tank at 1:00 yesterday afternoon.

Options:

A.

Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (2) alone is not sufficient.

B.

Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) alone is not sufficient.

C.

BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient.

D.

EACH statement ALONE is sufficient.

E.

Statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are NOT sufficient.

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Questions 33

Today a certain cinema multiplex has exactly two showings (an early showing and a late showing) for each of five films (Rims A, B, C, D, and E). All of these showings occur after noon, and each showing consists of the film only, with no previews, announcements, or advertisements. The following gives the duration of each film and the start time for each showing:

• Film A (90 minutes); 3:45 and 5:30

• Film B (100 minutes); 1:30 and 7:15

• Film C (105 minutes); 2:00 and 6:00

• Film D (115 minutes); 5:00 and 8:00

• Film E (125 minutes); 12:15 and 7:00

Statement: The early showing of Rim ---------1 overlaps with at least part of both showings of Film ----------2.

Select for / and for 2 the options that complete the statement so that It Is accurate of the showings listed in the Information provided. Make only two selections, one in each column.

Options:

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Questions 34

Researchers studying long-term changes In regional mouse populations have found that by focusing on the populations of a rare but widespread and easily identifiable species of mouse (Species X), they can make fairly accurate estimations about the total regional mouse populations.

In a report on a recent study that Included the data tables that follow, the researchers provided some addenda:

1. "The Species X population of Region CV increased by 123,995 between 1990 and 2005.

2. In contrast, the Species X population of Region EW declined by about 52% during that same time.

Options:

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Questions 35

Public health professional: The Shoreville Department of Environmental Services (OES) has Inspected area beaches for pathogenic bacteria for more than 20 years. Currently, DES monitors 50 freshwater beaches and 10 coastal beaches on a weekly basis. Program participation by owners of beaches that are open to the public is voluntary. Owners of beaches who choose not to participate in the Program are allowing the public to recreate on entirety unmonitored beaches.

The DES now proposes adoption of the Adopt-a-Beach Program, designed to promote health and environmental education as well as public involvement in the protecting of public beaches. The program would require DES to collect biological data from all area beaches. It will also help reduce the number of beach advisories, whereby the public must be warned of dangerous conditions on certain beaches.

On the basis of the pubic heath professional's statement, indicate which of the following is most likely True of the Adopt-a-Beach program at the time of writing, and indicate which of the following is most likely False (A the program at the time of writing. Make only two selections, one in each column.

Options:

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Questions 36

The table provides data about 12 different Persian rugs currently available for sale by a rug dealer. For each rug, the data includes the number of knots per square inch (KPSI) in the yarn, which is consistent throughout the rug.

Options:

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Questions 37

Journal

The editor of Metathesis, a new academic journal of literature, manages the peer-review of articles submitted for publication. The journal accepts articles focusing on any of three general subject areas: comparative literature, modernist literature, and postcolonial literature.

When an article is submitted, the editor has the article peer-reviewed by exactly three experts, none of whom authored or coauthored the article. The table (see the Reviewers/Authors tab) consists of all the authors or coauthors who have recently submitted articles and all the experts who currently peer-review or have recently peer-reviewed those articles. It also lists the general subject areas for each of the authors and reviewers.

Each author of each submitted article specializes in the general subject area of the article. Moreover, each recently submitted article was peer-reviewed by experts listed in the table.

Review Rules

Options:

A.

Poundstone was a primary reviewer and Kenyatta the secondary reviewer.

B.

Nichols was a primary reviewer and Kenyatta the secondary reviewer.

C.

Kenyatta was a primary reviewer and Nichols the secondary reviewer.

D.

Nichols was a primary reviewer and Farkas the secondary reviewer.

E.

Poundstone was a primary reviewer and Huang the secondary reviewer

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Questions 38

Researchers studying long-term changes In regional mouse populations have found that by focusing on the populations of a rare but widespread and easily identifiable species of mouse (Species X), they can make fairly accurate estimations about the total regional mouse populations.

In a report on a recent study that Included the data tables that follow, the researchers provided some addenda:

1. "The Species X population of Region CV increased by 123,995 between 1990 and 2005.

2. In contrast, the Species X population of Region EW declined by about 52% during that same time.

The answer to which one of the following can be determined by using the information in the passage and tables?

Options:

A.

Between 1990 and 2005, did the Species X population of EW decrease by a greater number than the Species X population of CV increased?

B.

What was the approximate total mouse population of ]R in 2005?

C.

Did the Species X population of IQ increase between 1990 and 2005?

D.

Was the approximate total 2005 mouse population of TY larger or smaller than that of EW?

E.

What caused the Species X population of TY to increase so dramatically between 1975 and 1990?

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Questions 39

Each of the 75 employees at @ certain company works in exactly one of the company's 3 departments (Departments X, Y, and Z). Exactly 20% of the employees work in

Department X, and 10 fewer employees work in DepartmentY than work in Department Z.

Based on the information provided, select for Departinent Yand Department Zthe numbers of employees who work in Department Y and Department Z. Make only

two selections, one in each column.

Options:

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Questions 40

The graph summarizes data on a sample of 100 automobiles requiring warranty service within one year of purchase. Each automobile required service in exactly one of seven categories. For each category, the frequency\& the number of automobiles in the sample requiring service in that category; the cumulative frequency\s the total number of automobiles in (he sample requiring service in that category or in any of the categories to the left in the graph. In the graph, the frequency scale is on the left and the cumulative frequency scale is on the right.

From each drop-down menu, select the option that creates the most accurate statement based on the information provided.

Options:

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Questions 41

Options:

A.

0 ≤ m ≤ 90

B.

90 ≤ m ≤ 180

C.

0 ≤ m ≤ 360

D.

180 ≤ m ≤ 360

E.

0 ≤ m ≤ 360

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Questions 42

Welleby’s Plan

The water In the underground water table beneath the town of Welleby is moderately saline— 20,000millkjrarns of salt per liter of water (mg/L), or roughly half as saline as ocean water. To lower the level of the water table and thus prevent agricultural land from being inundated with salt water, the town plans to pump water from the table at a rate of 450kiloliters per day (kL/day) into a large shallow pond, allowing much of the water to evaporate. The town plans to divert 10percent of the water pumped from the water table to supplement Us supply of drinking water, which Is currently piped In from great distances. Due to the water's supply, the town intends to construct a desalination plant to treat the diverted water for use as drinking water.

Desalination Types

Comparison

Welleby is deciding among the following three desalination methods.

Reverse Osmosis (RO): Water Is pushed through a membrane, leaving salts behind. RO systems can handle a large range of water flow rates and use relatively little energy. However, RO membranes are expensive and must be replaced every 2 to 5 years. There is also a possibility that bacteria can grow on the membrane. Introducing tastes and odors Into the desalinated water.

Multi-Effect Distillation (MED): Saline water Is heated to produce water vapor, from which Is condensed potable fresh water. This process requires large amounts of energy, regardless of the salinity of the source water. It becomes more cost effective as water volumes increase.

Electrodialysis (ED): Electricity is used to selectively move salts through a membrane. Consumption of energy Is directly proportional to the salinity of the water to be treated, so with higher salinities the process rapidly becomes more costly than other methods. ED membranes need to be replaced every 7 to 10years.

Based on the information provided, which one of the following benefits to Welleby is most likely to result from Its building a desalination plant?

Options:

A.

Reduced dependence on distant sources for drinking water

B.

Reduced costs for pumping water from the underground water

C.

table Increased quantity of agricultural land

D.

Reduced salinity of the underground water table

E.

Reduced average salinity of the town's drinking water

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Questions 43

Elena has worked as a real estate agent for exactly 3 years—Years 1, 2, and 3. In Year 1, she sold exactly 16 properties. She sold more proper and more properties in Year 3 than in Year 2. The average (arithmetic mean) number of properties she sold per year for the 3 years was 19.

Select a number for Year 2 and a number for Year 5 that could be the total numbers of properties Elena sold in Year 2 and in Year 3, respectively, so that the selections are jointly consistent with the information provided. Make only two selections, one in each column.

Options:

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Questions 44

Select from the drop-down menus the options that create the statement that te most clearly supported by the Information In the graph.

Options:

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Questions 45

Journal

The editor of Metathesis, a new academic journal of literature, manages the peer-review of articles submitted for publication. The journal accepts articles focusing on any of three general subject areas: comparative literature, modernist literature, and postcolonial literature.

When an article is submitted, the editor has the article peer-reviewed by exactly three experts, none of whom authored or coauthored the article. The table (see the Reviewers/Authors tab) consists of all the authors or coauthors who have recently submitted articles and all the experts who currently peer-review or have recently peer-reviewed those articles. It also lists the general subject areas for each of the authors and reviewers.

Each author of each submitted article specializes in the general subject area of the article. Moreover, each recently submitted article was peer-reviewed by experts listed in the table.

Review Rules

Suppose Laprade was the secondary reviewer of a recently submitted article. For each of the following statements, select Keslf the statement must be true, based on this supposition and the information provided. Otherwise, select Ato.

Options:

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Questions 46

A certain municipality is deliberating over whether it will adopt a policy that would require it to have a balanced budget each year. Proponents prefer the policy because it would keep the municipality from spending more money than it receives, but critics argue that the policy should allow for exceptions so the municipality can respond to crises that might temporarily require spending beyond that amount.

From among the options below, select for Response to the critics and for Reply to that response two statements such that the first, if true, most strongly undermines the critics' argument and the second, if true, is the critics' strongest reply to that response. Make only two selections, one in each column.

Options:

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Questions 47

Options:

A.

Statement (1) ALONE is sufficient but statement (2) alone Is not sufficient.

B.

Statement (2) ALONE is sufficient, but statement (1) atone is not sufficient.

C.

BOTH statements TOGETHER are sufficient, but NEITHER statement ALONE is sufficient.

D.

EACH statement ALONE b sufficient.

E.

Statements (1) and (2) TOGETHER are NOT sufficient.

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Questions 48

West River Glen is deciding which network architecture should replace its old copper telephone lines. The town will replace 300 miles of Outside Plant (OSP) cable that will serve approximately 2,500 homes.

The first option is to install a Fiber to the Home (FTTH) system architecture that uses fiber-optic cable to transmit signals from the source to each home. The advantages of this architecture include greater bandwidth capabilities, less signal loss, and slightly lower new-cable deployment costs than the second option. Hybrid Fiber-Coax (HFC).

An HFC network integrates fiber-optic cables and devices with coaxial cables.

This will cost the town substantially less money for internal equipment and for customer installations. However, the coaxial cable does not last as long as fiberoptic cable and will thus need to be replaced more frequently, resulting in higher long-term maintenance expenses.

The town believes that either the FTTH or HFC architectures will be capable of serving the communities' data and television needs for the next 30 years.

According to the information provided, which of the following attributes is an advantage of HFC network architecture as compared with FTTH architecture?

Options:

A.

Lower new cable deployment costs

B.

Lower maintenance expenses

C.

Greater longevity of coaxial cable

D.

95% lower internal equipment deployment costs

E.

90% lower customer installation costs

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Exam Code: GMAT
Exam Name: Graduate Management Admission Test (2021)
Last Update: Jan 24, 2022
Questions: 433

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